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AC Jones to Release New Single"You Wouldn't Know Me Now"

Promising country newcomer AC Jones announced on her socials this morning that she will be releasing a new single, "You Wouldn't Know Me Now," on Friday, February 19. Co-written by William (Billy) Atherholt and Pete Nanney, the single is about self-empowerment and growth found through heartbreak and the reintroduction of that stronger self to the world. Fans can pre-save and pre-order the single beginning this Friday via Spotify, iTunes, and Apple Music. Produced by Sean Giovanni (John Legend, Big & Rich, Tim McGraw, Meatloaf), "the song is an anthem for anyone who has had to fight for his or her sense of self in a relationship and to encourage them to not be swayed by others' perceptions of who they think we should be, but to embrace the beauty of who we actually are." explains AC. The upcoming release of "You Wouldn't Know Me Now" follows AC's recent successful single releases "Buses and Trains," "Mr. Moon," and "Castle," which all climbed into Music Row's Top-40 Country Breakout chart, the latter two also breaking into Billboard's Indicator chart.

I don't need you to tell me who I am. I can stand on my own two feet without you holding my hand. I don't need you to give me the words to say, I've got my own voice to raise. Excerpt from "You Wouldn't Know Me Now" by AC Jones, William (Billy) Atherholt & Pete Nanney

About AC Jones: After four years of balancing a musical career and college education in biochemistry, AC Jones dove into her country music career full-force. She has since achieved three Top 40 singles on the Music Row Country Breakout Chart as well as two Billboard Indicator charting singles. Her latest EP, Campfire Sessions, was recorded live around a bonfire at a KOA in Waterloo, IA during her 2019 summer tour. She has toured across the United States, Canada, and Scotland opening for acts such as the Kentucky Headhunters, Marty Stuart, Molly Hatchet, and The Oak Ridge Boys. Since her niece was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes at nine months old, AC has become an avid supporter of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. If you’d like to learn more about AC Jones, be sure to visit her official website at and be sure to follow her on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.


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